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Review: The Disappearance of McKinley Nolan

An investigative doc brimming with cultural resonance and historical savvy, Henry Corra's film has ahold of a pungent story — that of the titular black Texan fella who vanished in Vietnam 40 years ago.
Rich in mysteries
By MICHAEL ATKINSON  |  September 02, 2011
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StoryCorps lands in Rhode Island

Listen: Muriel Mackie patrolled Pawtucket in a white helmet and whistle during World War II.
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By AMY LITTLEFIELD  |  June 03, 2011
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Whitehouse: Pushing to pull the truth about Bush's war skullduggery from under bus

Rhode Island's Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse had a Joseph Welch moment during last week's Senate Judiciary Committee hearing.
Digging deep
By PETER VOSKAMP  |  March 11, 2009
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Dreaming of celluloid

Of the handful of contemporary Asian shows on view in and around Boston this winter, that of Dinh Q. Lê should prove unique — if only because the Vietnamese condition is so far removed from the rest of East Asia’s cultural boom.
Dinh Q. Lê and Christian Tomaszewski at Tufts
By EVAN J. GARZA  |  January 12, 2009

Angkor Restaurant

There is an interesting story behind many of the recipes at Angkor Restaurant.
Cambodian with a Khmer accent
By BILL RODRIGUEZ  |  December 29, 2008
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The Kristol method

Journalistic atrocity or savvy hire?

Why is a Murdoch man working for the competition?


By ADAM REILLY  |  January 09, 2008


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Ordure in the court

“He couldn’t be a terrorist, living in a cellar and eating canned food,” says a perceptive friend of the notorious French attorney Jacques Vergès.
Barbet Schroeder’s L’avocat de la terreur
By GERALD PEARY  |  November 06, 2007
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Darfur: The only hope

The genocide in Darfur continues.
It is time for corporations and investors to disinvest in Sudan
By EDITORIAL  |  May 16, 2007
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From Vietnam to Iraq

Getting rid of defense secretary Donald Rumsfeld was relatively easy compared with how painfully difficult it is going to be to get the United States out of Iraq.
Corrosive wars that destroy the social fabric of democracy and the institutional integrity of political life
By EDITORIAL  |  November 15, 2006
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My Chomsky

Had Groucho Marx been a Marxist and stopped in the middle of A Night at the Opera to praise Karl Marx, the effect might have been a little like that which greeted Venezuela’s president Hugo Chavez after he lauded Noam Chomsky at the UN General Assembly
As the lefty linguist’s most recent book rises to the top of Amazon’s bestseller list, a partisan explains why Noam Chomsky’s all that
By GEORGE SCIALABBA  |  September 27, 2006
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What to pay the mayor

Boston pays Mayor Tom Menino $150,000 a year. It pays city councilors $75,000. Is that enough?
Plus, Iraq’s latest bad news and another Catholic crisis
By EDITORIAL  |  March 08, 2006


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Home again

There are several exceptional things about Home Movies , the dance performance by Everett Dance Theatre, and one is that it’s so much more than dance.
Everett’s Movies is more compelling
By BILL RODRIGUEZ  |  March 08, 2006
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Memory book

It’s the time of year when you swear you’re going to finish all those special projects you started and clean out the files and scour the closets of junk you never wear.
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By MARCIA SIEGEL  |  January 23, 2006